8-10. Praise of Mallinatha's heroism.
11. His titles such as Rahuttaraya, Karna of the Age of
Kali, the Malla of Nadakota.
12. Praise of his rale.
13. He had both Vikrama (Valour) and ^rngara (Love).
14. The goddess of valour sported with him after a long
period of separation from suitable mates.
15. Praise of Mallinatha's fame, beauty and liberality.
16. The same subject continued.
17. Praise of his valour.
18. Mallmatha lived in Owk and ruled his fief held of
his friend Harihara. He founded the new village of Somala-
pura, called after his mother, after changing its old name
Akupadu in the year Vikrama, S. 1262, on the fifth day of the
dark half of Pusya, being Thursday and the occasion of Makara
Sankranti ; the new village was given to 6^ Brahmans learned
in the Veda.
19. Boundaries of the village given in Kanarese. Usual
imprecations follow at the end.
Mss. 15-5-33, pp. 307-14.
22, HARIHARA I, AND 'ALA-UD-DlN BAHMAN SHAH I
THE MARCH OF MUBARAK KH^N INTO THE BOUNDARIES
(OF THE KINGDOM) OF HARIYAP AND OBTAINING OF VICTORY.
One day the king commanded that his officers should make
an attack upon the boundary (of the kingdom) of Hariyap.
Mubarak Khan who was very rick and powerful was in that
army, That successful chief, Qujtb Malik was made the chief of
tb&t army by the king. The plundering army marched (towards
H&riyap'* country) sometimes walking and at others cantering
or galloping. From a distance, they espied a fort which was
called Karaichur by the people. When they surrounded that
lofty fort, the soldiers drew their long swords and made an